The start of the calendar year, or in this case also a new decade, is an excellent time to reset, especially for families and students. Halfway through the school year, everyone is looking for a way to recommit to themselves and their families through self-care.
Here are five ways to focus on self-care in the New Year.
1. ONE WORD
Ditch the new resolutions. Instead, choose one word for your family that helps everyone be the best that they can be this year. Unlike traditional resolutions, Jon Gordon’s “one-word solution” provides flexibility for the word to apply to many different situations. My word for 2019 was “stretch.” Families with older children can also have their kids choose their own words.
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